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Cabane A Sucre De La Montagne

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161 Chemin Du Cure Deslauriers App 474, Mont Tremblant, Quebec J8E 1C9 Canada
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Mont Tremblant Private Day Tour from Montreal
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Mont Tremblant Private Day Tour from Montreal

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Leave Montreal behind and take a day trip to the Laurentian Mountains without having to rent a car or plan bus transfers. This small-group day trip can be adapted to suit your tastes, with a guide to provide commentary during the drive, information about the Mont Tremblant resort, and pointers on how best to spend your day.
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UncieDw wrote a review Jan. 2020
Grimsby, Canada59 contributions16 helpful votes
What do you get when you combine snow with maple syrup? Well it turns out that those two innocent ingredients when put together produce one of the most heavenly food experiences you can put in your mouth! Who knew that you can wrap stiffened syrup, once poured onto snow, around a popsicle stick and abruptly walk away with a maple lollipop! But that's not all you will find at the Cabana A Sucre. Walk inside the quaint little shop, located just beside the Cabriolet to find syrups, confections as well as candles ... all made from Quebec maple syrup. If you care to delve deeper into the local culture, grab yourself a Sugar Pie ... you'll be very pleased that you did!!! Say hi to Yves for me. C'est Bon!
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